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Valley View Community Food Bank in Youngtown will be even busier this summer and needs more food for the next few months once school is out. Jesse Ramirez, executive director of the food bank, said many families ask for food from the organization in the summer because their children are at home more often. Just in time, Valley View received extra help in the form of a $1,000 check.
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